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I am currently in the market for a new boat. My question is since most of my fishinf is in the Missippi will I be better off with a boat with a 15 degree hull or a 3 degree hull. I will be in some of the lakes around also and they can get quite shallow. I am looking at the rivercat series. Any info will be appreciated.

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The 15 degree hull will give you a much smoother ride when the river is rough.Before you buy, take time to check out the SeaArk boats. They are a sponsor of the BOC.
 

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If you're looking for the smoothest ride in rough water you better go with the 15 degree hull.
 

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I have a SeaArk 2072 pro center console with the 15* hull. I do 90% of my fishing on the Mississippi river just below where the Ohio flows into it. Sometimes it can get really rough in a short amount of time. It has handled it all very well. If something ever happened to this one I wouldn't hesitate to buy another.
 
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